On the morning that Tad Cummins abducted Elizabeth Thomas, he left a note for his wife in their home.
Now, as part of the evidence in his trial, the contents of that letter have just been revealed.
“I am sorry! I am on my way to Virginia Beach and maybe D.C. just to think and clear my mind of all this crap. I am not running away. I’ll be back," Tad wrote. Don’t call the police they’ll think I ran cause I’m guilty and I’m not! I love you and I’ll call you soon. Please forgive me,” he wrote.
Don’t call the police they’ll think I ran cause I’m guilty and I’m not! I love you and I’ll call you soon. Please forgive me,” he continued.
Watch the video below to hear Tad's wife read the letter in an emotional interview!
According to reports, Tad is charged with kidnapping and sex crimes for allegedly abducting Elizabeth. Both authorities and Elizabeth’s family believe she was “groomed” for months by Tad, who was fired from his teaching job during their disappearance.
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